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Law & Industry Daily

Law & Industry Daily publishes legal news and information on litigation and government regulation of business.

We deliver daily headlines and in-depth coverage of law and public policy related to liability exposure, mass tort litigation and civil justice.

Original reporting and unique story lines separates us from the multitudes that push the same stories from the same feeds.

Through our original reporting, we seek out stories that will appeal to our knowledgeable and professional readership.

Published from the District of Columbia with writers and contributors across the nation, Law & Industry Daily licenses content to newspapers, Internet-based news providers and specialty publications.

Designed and marketed to legal-services providers, business executives and public policymakers, LID’s editorial product offerings include custom newsfeeds and content, subscription headline summaries, detailed case digests, daily editorial packages and attorney-scholar analyses.

LID news products are delivered via commercial content feeds and publishing platforms, including Newstex and Syndigate and LexisNexis.

An editorially independent news service, Law & Industry Daily has no ideological bent or partisan agenda, and is in no way connected to any political entity, trade group, professional association or lobbying organization.

With fairness and accuracy in reporting paramount, our writers and editors adhere strictly to the Code of Ethics of the Society of Professional Journalists (.pdf).

 

Law & Industry Daily

Our mission is to publish authoritative information on matters of law.

Editors, reporters and contributors together strive to deliver insightful coverage.

We’re guided by core community values of honesty, fairness and accuracy.

In our reporting and how we do business, we maintain the highest standards.

News reports and analyses published by Law & Industry Daily are neither intended nor designed to offer readers legal or investment advice.

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